This year, $811,589 was raised through Knight-Thon, which benefits Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children.
As UCF’s largest student-driven philanthropy gears up for its main event and celebrates 25 years this weekend, Knight-Thon’s community engagement manager shares what this cause means to her.
Although the coronavirus canceled the in-person 20-hour dance marathon, UCF students gathered virtually for the annual fundraising event that benefits Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children.
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From honoring old traditions to taking on new challenges, these photos capture the most striking moments on campus and in UCF’s community.
From working at advertising firms to engineering companies, these Knights are being recognized for making an impact in Orlando.
The University of Central Florida’s Knight-Thon student philanthropy group revealed Sunday it has raised $1.25 million in the past year for Arnold Palmer Hospital for…
At times, the past year has been a tough one. But at the University of Central Florida, we’ve got a lot to be proud of.…